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a writer’s intended readers.
clear and logical progression of thought.
the writer’s intention in creating a piece of writing; for instance, entertainment, information, or persuasion.
the topic for a piece of writing.
how all the parts of a piece of writing relate to a central theme.
how a writer’s attitude, both toward the subject matter and toward the audience, is revealed. For example, an author’s attitude could be comic, sarcastic, or passionate.